Devenish Island is arguably Fermanagh’s most iconic island. On it lies a monastic site, which was in use for hundreds of years and, to this day, contains monuments that date from the 6th– to 16th-century.
It was also attacked by Vikings in 837 AD, so the island is a real treat for Irish history enthusiasts.
Address: Devenish Island, Fermanagh
If you are looking to partake in some fishing, then Lough Erne is undoubtedly the place for you. The lough is extremely popular for fishing and even contains a rare variety of trout called Gillaro, which can be found exclusively in the Fermanagh lakes.
Lough Erne is the perfect place for those looking to reel in some dinner.
Crom Estate is a National Trust property and one of Ireland’s most important nature conservation areas as it contains wild deer, Pine Marten, and all eight species of native bats.
The grounds also cover a massive 2000 acres and contain pods for those who wish to go camping.
Address: Upper Lough Erne Newtownbutler County Fermanagh BT92 8AJ
The Fermanagh Lakelands
The Fermanagh Lakelands are full of natural wonders that truly showcase nature at its very best. The Fermanagh Lakelands feature stunning waterways in beautiful surroundings, which can be explored by cycling, canoeing, or even in a water taxi!
Garden of the Celtic Saints
The Garden of the Celtic Saints is a holy place of reflection. The garden itself contains majestic hand-carved wooden sculptures and is an interesting place where visitors can learn about ancient Irish tales and legends.
Address: 34 Burfits Hill, Irvinestown, Enniskillen BT94 1DY
Cole’s Monument is a tall stone monument containing 108 steps, which was built in 1845. When you climb up the steps, as well as getting your workout in for the day, you will also be rewarded with a breathtakingly beautiful 360-degree view of Enniskillen town.
Address: 42 Forthill Rd, Enniskillen BT74 6AW